Buck, from Form-A-Funnel, writes about his product, which actually looks pretty great from the video:
"Form-A-Funnel" is a clever new invention that's utterly simple, yet truly useful. It's a formable, flexible shape that can be made into various types of funnels, drains, channels, or other shapes. It firmly holds its shape, and holds onto surrounding structures, which makes it great for working on machinery of all kinds. Unlike conventional funnels, it's easy to clean and stores almost anywhere. It has hundreds of other uses, too, many of which can be seen on the manufacturer's website.
The coolest thing to me is how you can squeeze it around the outlets of ports coming out the sides of engines and it'll hold itself in place. Not revolutionary, but potentially useful at $25. I'd love to hear from someone who has one of these in their garage whether it's as handy as it appears to be or is all hype.
Product Page [Formafunnel.com]